Need a lot of Help with setting up wireless
I have to connect to routers together. But that is not the problem what
i want to know is that the distance between the two points is approx
160-170 m. With my clear eye i see that there is an Clear Line of Sight.
I wanted to be sure so i download google earth.
Which antenna should i buy. How much dbi? If you have a solution which
kind of antennas i need please tell me. Note: the antenna's must be
little for eg. Yagi antenna. It must not be bigger then 30 cm.
Must get atleast 11mbps
No link loss ( 10% is ok ) i think
What can you guys advice me
Thanx in advance
View this thread: http://www.wirelessforums.org/showthread.php?t=38329
- Re: Horizontal Dipole - zero degrees elevation
... Have you tried doing this calculation with a horizontally polarized VHF antenna? ... Richard and Dave have answered your question -- the reason for the zero field at zero elevation angle EZNEC result is that the model ground is perfectly flat and infinite in extent, and the observation point is essentially at an infinite distance. ... Programs which calculate reflection coefficients for various ground shapes aren't very useful at VHF and above, because local features, especially in an urban environment, cause reflections that are often much more significant than the ones calculated by the program. ...
- Re: Washington Post Knocks Digital Reception
... | I misspoke when I refuted your constant aperture argument. ... | as the frequency increases the antenna gain increases at the ... power density due to the spreading of radio waves as distance increases. ...
- Re: 2 Wrt54GLs wirelessly bridged antenna selection help
... I am expecting that the distance is clsoe to 500' apart, ... If both routers are line of sight of each ... I thought might as well get the bigger one. ... pointing a spotlight with the panel antenna. ...
- Re: Near field vs Far field measurements at 2M
... reflections by taking a receive antenna with some directivity. ... halve this distance when you are interested in main beam gain only. ... measurement antennae. ...
- Re: How to reduce two-way radios power output?
... I want to use a two radio just for short distance, for example, only ... devices) to sit over the antenna stub. ... Probably the "easiest" way to accomplish this would be to bypass the final ... transmitter - but use a better receiver and/or receiving antenna? ...